Nobody knows how to make relaxing yet still brain-teasing mouse-based puzzle games like Yoshio Ishii of NekoGames, and his new game OUKA is no exception. Move your cursor to a symbol of a cherry blossom (the meaning of "ouka" in Japanese) and click on it. Sound easy? Well, the symbol doesn't always play by the rules, and it's your job to figure out what the catch is in each of sixteen levels. It's a more simple affair than even the original Hoshi Saga, but the soothing charcoal grey and delicate chimes make this more soothing than an evening of yozakura in Tokyo. And unlike cherry blossom viewing, you can play this game all year round.